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Re: Show problems (and Siberians)

John I Jones wrote:
> >
> How about a "first timers" section. They get judged separately with
> constructive help. Maybe apprentices could do most of the evaluation.

With non-AIS awards (as suggested elsewhere) sounds great.

> 1899 - William Gillette starred in Sherlock Holmes, at the production's
> debut in New York City this day.  Later, Gillette would be razor sharp
> in the same part on the radio.

Shtuff like that makes me shick.

Gerry, looking forward to Michael Zarky's talk tomorrow night at the 
San Fernando Valley I.S. on Siberians, including his attempts to breed
desert-tolerant ones.

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